Rutland Office

143 Maple Street

Rutland, VT 05701

Phone: (802) 786-5990

Fax: (802) 786-5994


The administrative office is located in Rutland, VT. This location also houses several programs that are available in both Rutland and Bennington counties. The Senior HelpLine, serving both Rutland and Bennington Counties, aids individuals by providing information and assistance to older adults, caregivers and others. If appropriate, an information specialist connects individuals to our other services.

       OUR PROGRAMS

Case Management

Case managers and options counselors provide one on one assistance to clients. Case Managers are experts in helping individuals evaluate their needs and connecting them to services, while helping maintain their maximum independence. 

 

Nutrition Program

Nutrition programs include several congregate meal sites, the delivery of Meals on Wheels to homebound elders, and services from a nutritionist.

Money Management

Money Management and Representative Payee services are available in both our Bennington and Rutland service areas, but are coordinated from Rutland office.  Money Management services provide assistance with bill paying, whereas Representative Payee services provide a more formal oversight of bill paying.

 

Caregiver Support

Caregiver Support services are available in both counties.  This program aids individuals to connect to support groups or seminars, and can provide respite grants for caregivers caring for individuals with dementia.

Mental Health Services

Eldercare Clinician services are located in our Rutland office under the direction of Rutland Mental Health Services. Through this partnership, in-home mental health support is provided for elders needing this assistance in Rutland County.

Volunteer Services

The Volunteer Coordinator is located in Rutland but provides support for both counties and is always looking for new volunteers for various projects. The Senior Companion program is housed under Volunteer Services and connects older adult volunteers with other older adults to provide support with some activities of daily living such as shopping, transportation, and socialization.